#38 Elizabeth Scarrone

Midfield

Hometown Rumson, N.J.
High School Rumson Fair Haven Regional
Major Human and Organizational Development

Student-Athlete Features

VUCommodores.com — Elizabeth Scarrone Mic’d Up

Honors
• 2019 AAC All-Academic
• 2017-18 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

As a Junior (2020) – Game-by-Game Statistics
• Played in all nine games
• Six goals and three assists for nine  points
• Also added six draw controls, three ground balls and two caused turnovers
• Two goals in win over Lehigh (Feb. 22)
• Goal, assist, draw control and ground ball in win over No. 10 Denver (March 1)
• Season-high two goals, three points and three draw controls against No. 13 Michigan (March 4)
• Season canceled after nine games due to coronavirus outbreak

As a Sophomore (2019) – Game-by-Game Statistics
• AAC All-Academic
• Played in 14 games off the bench as a sophomore midfielder
• Scored six goals for a total of six points in 2019
• Was a key draw control taker and hauled in 15 of them
• Pulled in five ground balls and caused two turnovers

As a Freshman (2018)
• Played in 11 games as a freshman midfielder for the Dores, coming off the bench in Vanderbilt’s last 11 games after returning from injury
• Posted 10 points on six goals and four assists, along with 20 draw controls

The Scarrone File
• Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter for Amy O’Keefe at Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School
• Two-time NJ All-American, 2017 All-Shore lacrosse player of the year, two-time first team All-Shore, Jersey Shore Sports Network lacrosse player of the year, 2015 Under Armour All-American team
• Four-time Shore Conference Champions, three-time Group II Champions and made it to the NJ Tournament of Champions
• Senior year lacrosse captain
• Daughter to Tina and Michael Scarrone
• Has three sisters; Claire, Mary and Kathleen
• Claire played lacrosse at Duke and Mary played lacrosse at Davidson